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Oct 28, 2012 1:30am EDT
sandy. >> thank you. we have a very large category one hurricane off the coast of the united states today. the intensity is not exectsed to change now and when the center of circulation comes to shore in the mid northeast area sometime monday or tuesday morning. this is a very large system and the weather will start to go downhill from virginia through new jersey and then points north and inland from there. we already have tropical storm conditions on the coast of north carolina and because of the large size, again the weather will deteriorate well in the sent of circulation and then we anticipate the system will slow down after coming ashore on tuesday and wins. and when you have a large slow moving system it is capable of producing larger storm surge areas, longer periods of potentially damaginging wind at the coast and inland and over a larger area and longer periods of heavy rain over a large area. so there is a flood potential so there is not just a coatle event although the hazards do start at the coast with a storm surge and who gets the worst is difficult to pinpoint right now dep
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